Katt Williams Suge Knight and Too $hort are to appear in the corruption case involving Senator Yee.
A comic actor, rap artist and media big shot were asked to show their faces at the corruption trial of Senator Leland Yee. And they are none other than: Katt Williams, Too $hort and Suge Knight respectively. Fate makes strange bedfellows. This bizarre triangle of people had links with some of the people in the trial.
Take Keith Jackson, the school board director who helped Yee obtain donations far above the amount allowed. His recorded voice exhibits the fact that Barry Blackwell House (one of the defendants) hot-rodded Katt William’s car while under instructions from Too $hort.
The supposed reason was that Katt had not made a payment to the rapper for a show two years ago. House on the other hand was a bad man who was even willing to procure the favors of two hit men for certain purposes of his own.
Meanwhile, Suge also entered the equation somewhere along the line. He had to be restrained by House from stealing the car that belonged to Katt. House somehow managed to persuade Suge to keep out of the fray long enough to steal the car.
Of course, all three of the suspects have had issues with the law enforcement agencies as a part of their history. And they refused to give any comments on the matter. The convo between Keith Jackson and House took place approximately a week before an incident involving Katt Williams.
Katt just went stark raving mad on stage. He started getting all aggressive and threatened a member of the audience. He looked positively drunk and was speaking in a slurred manner and that too haphazardly. A security guard escorted him off the stage before things got even more interesting.
As for Senator Yee, he is caught up in a scandal which is the biggest of its kind. The FBI busted a gang of Yee’s linked to the Ghee Kung Tong. The charges include activities associated with drug smuggling, gun supplying and beating other people up.
The trio of Katt Williams, Too $hort and Suge Knight will be coming to speak in their defense at the next court session of the trial. Let’s see what they have to say for themselves.